Upsets are one of the best things about sports, especially when they happen in the playoffs.
The Miami Heat stayed hot at home, beating the Denver Nuggets 108-91 on Friday night.
There was a time before the Big Three era that Dwyane Wade was the unquestioned leader of the Miami Heat.
Following their first win during the month of December, the Miami Heat will try to build on that in Denver on Wednesday.
They were expected to be in Barcelona. They hope to finish their trip in Madrid.
Anthony Davis scored 21 points, Kenneth Faried had 15 and the U.S. remained unbeaten at the Basketball World Cup by beating winless New Zealand 98-71 on Tuesday.
With the NBA Playoffs starting, we look back on the top moments in NBA Playoff history.
Something is wrong with the Miami Heat. They just can’t seem to diagnose what the malady is.
Kenneth Faried scored 24 points, Darrell Arthur led a big effort from Denver’s bench with 18, and the Nuggets beat the suddenly reeling Miami Heat 111-107 on Friday night, handing the NBA champions their fifth loss in six games.
With a chance to take over first place in the Eastern Conference, the Heat has gone cold losing four of five to playoff contending teams. Friday night, the Heat can work on righting the ship when the Denver Nuggets come to the AmericanAirlines Arena.